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The book shows how the supermarkets — and Tesco in particular — have brought: How much can you hate a supermarket?
Banality; Ghost towns; and, a Supermarket State. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Jun 11, B rated it really anrrew it Shelves: The inexorable rise of supermarkets is big news, but have we really taken on board what this means for our daily lives, and of our children? Banality; Ghost towns; and, a Supermarket State.
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Too melodramatic to be taken seriously, which unfortunately diminishes the point. Mar 08, Tyne rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Million Dollar Women is a fun, accessible business guide combining Pimsleur’s own story with straightforward business advice and the instructive, often funny stories of other female entrepreneurs who are running businesses with substantial funding and revenues.
The short and refreshingly simple chapters are divided into three sections: Simms does a fantastic job of picking apart the finer details of how Tesco became so big and how it used its arsenal of bullying and super-buyer tactics to dominate cities and towns across the UK and undercut small, independent businesses and then put up costs once they had gone out of business.
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Preview — Tescopoly by Andrew Simms. Lists with This Book. It states how the supermarkets Tesco in particular have brought: In Compelling People – now required reading and Harvard Business School – John Neffinger and Matthew Kohut show sim,s this isn’t something we have to be born with, tscopoly something we can learn.
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Return to Book Page. Seamus Enright rated it really liked it Jun 03, Books by Andrew Simms. He is the author of Tescopoly and writes on various issues including climate change and globalisation. Preview — Tescopoly by Andrew Simms. In his most powerful book yet, Seth Godin argues that it’s more essential than ever to become indispensable – to become a linchpin.